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Prosecution demands 30 years against Stevie R.

Prosecution demands 30 years against Stevie R.

  Other defendants in fatal Romeijn robbery face 22 and 26 years imprisonment Prosecution demands 30 years against Stevie R. St. Maarten – Raw emotion finally poured out when three defendants in the October 16 Maho robbery that result

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Haize relinquishes SER position due to age

St. Maarten – The United Federation of the Windward Antilles (UFA) has requested that Willy Haize be replaced by Rafael Arrindell in the Socio-Economic Council (SER). The union requested the change by e-mail on Wednesday. Haize said the request

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Gas, diesel prices drop by 10 cents Saturday

St. Maarten – Gas prices will go down by 10 guilder cents on Saturday. Diesel prices are also set to go down by 17 guilder cents at the same time. The drop in prices was announced by Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Traffic and Telecommunicat

Opinion - Posted by on May 13, 2011

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Today’s Opinion: The lost generation

Now that everything has been said and done about the events that ended Wouter-Jan Romeijn’s life on October 16 of last year, one sad truth remains. No matter how Judge Keppels will rule against the young criminals who ended that life, his family wi

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De Weever seeks cooperation with French St. Martin

St. Maarten - Minster of Public Health, Social Development and Labor Cornelius de Weever along with the Inspector General (Health) of St. Maarten and the BES Islands and several advisors from the health sector attended a meeting with the French side

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Cole Bay and Cape Bay vaccination outreach on May 17

St. Maarten – Youth Health Care (YHC), a section of the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, is calling its vaccination outreach for the residents of Cole Bay and Cay Bay on Tuesday, May 17 an opportunity for children in the

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Hundreds pay tribute to Lynch in silent march

St. Maarten - Sylvia Maria Lynch, a student of the Genevieve De Weever School did not have many friends in life, but hundreds attended a silent march in her memory because of the manner in which her life was snuffed out. Lynch was killed in a traffic

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St. Maarten Hospitality Association, Taxis agree on cooperation, joint lobby

St. Maarten – The St. Maarten Hospitality and Trade Association (S.H.T.A.) and Genesis Taxi Assciation have agreed to greater cooperation on referrals and on lobbying. The agreement was made at a meeting at the SHTA’s headquarters on Tuesday.